|Place made||United Kingdom: England, Greater London, London|
|Date made||c 1961|
|Medium||textile dye on coated paper|
|Measurement||overall: 52.2 x 63.6 cm|
Two Gallipoli soldiers on horseback, one with rifle. They appear to resemble Greek warriors going into battle holding a spear. At this time Nolan was again interested in Troy and was painting Trojan War scenes until 1962. In an interview on 13 April 1978, Nolan stated that the work relates to the Homeric struggle, especially the horse, as the Homeric heroes were horse breakers.